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Importing Products or Exporting Jobs
Importing Products or Exporting Jobs

By Mike Curtis, M.A.

Henry George School (NYC, USA)
November 29, 2011

What do you think? Is the U.S. exporting jobs to China? In 2010, Americans bought $292 billion worth of products from China, and the Chinese only bought $55 billion worth of products from the U.S.  That is $237 billion worth of difference from China alone.
Does free trade, restricted trade, or no trade most help the American Worker?

Cultures Clash, Civilizations Don't by Jan R. Hakemulder, PhD

Edited by Roxanne Toothman, M.S

March 7, 2011


Humanity repeatedly confronts the global economic and environmental conflicts of our times. For the future world, new strategies must be developed. Around 500 B.C., a transition of philosophy occurred along the Silk Road in China, India, and Southern Europe. It is my impression that at the moment--some 2,500 years later--humanity, again, is facing the need for fundamental global changes.

Emerging Radical Management by Jan R. Hakemulder, PhD

Edited by Roxanne Toothman, M.S.

March 7, 2011


We can learn more about leadership and change management in a few mornings than reading any number of books and articles.

To reach this, we settled on a very simple--to our mind, almost simplistic--way to begin the discussion. We can compare the performance of IOUF with that of other national and international universities by reading their annual reports. The comparison is as follows:

Training Future Business Leaders by John M. Toothman, PhD



March 7, 2011

EXERCISE: How can the educational process be improved, and how can future business leaders prepare and execute the necessary changes?

GOALS: To encourage business school graduates to become effective agents of change.

To provide business school graduates with the necessary training resources.